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We.OHB - Part 5: I like the spirit at OHB

Why does a graduate in aerospace engineering at the University of Stuttgart come to Bremen? “Because OHB offers me a major advantage over other places in Germany in which space companies are based. Bremen is a very interesting and liveable city. And when I first started here, I found exactly the task that appealed to me because of the mix of technology and management elements,” is how Marek Dittmar answer.

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We.OHB - Part 4 with Procurement Manager Anna-Maria Kollenbrandt: “It’s fascinating to see all the things that have been achieved at this company over the last 37 years”

When Anna-Maria Kollenbrandt entered the foyer of OHB’s headquarters in Bremen on the day of her job interview and saw the various exhibits, her enthusiasm was immediately aroused. Between the 1:1 SAR-Lupe and Galileo models, she was immediately infected by space fever. That was five years ago and the 33-year-old has been working at OHB in the Procurement Management department for various satellite missions ever since.

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We.OHB - Part 3 with business developer Andrea Jaime: The current growth perspective of OHB offers us great opportunities.

Andrea Jaime, 32, graduated as an Aerospace Engineer in Barcelona, knew since she was little that her passion was space, so all her education and professional trajectory has been focused on building up her expertise in the space sector. Apart from her Masters in Aerospace engineering, she is a graduate from International Space University, as she completed the Space Studies Programme of the International Space University, hosted by NASA Ames in California, in 2009; she also is a graduate of the CVA Summer School, where she completed a summer course on Space Transportation in Rome and had the opportunity to visit the European Spaceport in French Guyana.

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We.OHB - Part 2 with software developer Felix Hübner: The work-study program gives career beginners excellent job opportunities.

After one and a half years with the company, Felix Hübner already feels like an “old hand” at OHB. This should not come as any surprise given that in 2018 alone about 200 new recruits joined OHB’s Bremen headquarters. The 29-year-old software developer completed his doctorate in computer science parallel to his full-time job in the Software Verification & Validation department.

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We.OHB - Part 1: It's important to have a vision! #haveavision

Antonella Sgambati welcomes all visitors to her office with a warm smile. A system engineer with Italian roots, she has been with OHB’s Human Spaceflight Department (HSF) for seven years and clearly derives a great deal of pleasure from her job. After all, she deals with a lot of other people, a fact that is also implied in the name of her department, namely “Human Spaceflight”.

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